The Marvel Cinematic Universe as we know it is coming to an end in "Avengers: Endgame." But… how did it begin? When did any of the series’ major events actually happen?
Both DC and Marvel created legendary comic characters with the same name, and both can be seen in theaters this spring.
If fans were expecting Ethan Peck’s Spock to echo Leonard Nimoy, "Star Trek: Discovery" executive producer Alex Kurtzman is quick to point out that the Spock we will meet is at a point in his life we’ve never seen.
"They did not have any map of any sort beyond 'Return of the Jedi,'" Timothy Zahn says of Lucasfilm during the mid-1980s. "So, it was a very clean canvas."
Armed with a new sonic screwdriver, the 13th Doctor will have "a lot of energy and a lot of childish wonder," actress Jodie Whittaker says.
We went through all 18 films and sleuthed out the clues to come up with the ultimate timeline of events leading up to the blockbuster.
To celebrate "Star Wars" Day we tabulated every utterance of the classic line in all the live-action films. The results include a few surprises.
As the puppet-filled, Bowie-powered fantasy "Labyrinth" returns to theaters, we unearthed some little-known trivia.
Author Jason Fry answers our burning questions about his collaboration with "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" writer-director Rian Johnson — and how it may help you understand Luke.
Production designer Rick Heinrichs explains how he had to create a brand new history of the Jedi Order for the latest film.
We spoke with Alfonso Ribeiro, Carlton Banks himself, during a press tour for “AFV” and asked him where he saw his “Fresh Prince” character all these years later.
From Pennywise to Leatherface, these monsters terrified us onscreen, but what do they look like beneath the masks? Here are a few of the surprising faces behind your worst nightmares.
Aug. 13, marks the 20th anniversary of the airing of the first episode of “South Park” on Comedy Central. Here are five surprising facts you might not know about the work that went into making that episode.
San Diego Comic-Con is where fans converge to celebrate their lifelong commitment to comics, movies, television series, and of course, the institution of marriage. To celebrate its 25th anniversary, SYFY set up its very own Geek Love Chapel in the heart of San Diego’s Gaslamp District where fans could become their own Lord and Lady of the Wedding Rings. Orlando Jones (American Gods) officiated the ceremonies, which included two marriages and vow renewals for six couples, including Sharknado star Ian Ziering and his wife, Erin Ludwig.
David Tennant, Beck Bennett, and Toks Olagundoye stopped by Yahoo TV’s suite at San Diego Comic-Con 2017 to talk about not cotton tales or pony tales, but DuckTales. The new Scrooge McDuck, Launchpad, and Mrs. Beakley said that while the rebooted will stay true to the original series, the show will be modernized so that classic fans can watch alongside their kids.